What really captivated me, though, was a section on energy. Just as much as Singer spoke about energy, he spoke about the heart. The heart is an energy center, also known as one of our many chakras. He said that as a result of fear, pain, various reasons, we close our heart and thus don't allow energy to flow through. He says as much as we're trying to protect ourselves, we're blocking goodness, what I'd consider blessings.
This reminds me of some advice a coworker gave me many years ago. I was in a constant state of "pissedivity." Yes, I totally made that up! lol Work was horrible, men were a mess, I was in pain. I would vent to her and despite the hurt I felt and how much I wanted to shield myself from anyone else inflicting anymore pain, she told me to soften my heart. I wondered how in the world would I do that. But she repeated herself over a long period of time reminding me that being hard and cold was not helping me. The solution to my problem was to soften and open my heart. Hmmmm...
It took time for me to actually implement this action item, but I have to say that my life changed considerably after that. I rekindled friendships, I forgave a man or two ...or three, I found places where I could thrive and people that I could connect with. I was not as easily angered and more understanding. I began to love myself more because I wasn't mad at myself for the "bad" choices I'd made or were to make in the future. I was more creative and overall I pulled myself out of a "pissedivity" hole, a woe-is-me cave. Life changed, energy flowed, and I can attribute it to an open heart. It takes work to keep that chakra open, that's for sure, but when you get the hang of it, I'm sure you'll feel and see the results of the shift.
The Untethered Soul is a great resource on how to open your heart and attract more positivity energy. Check it out :-) Let me know if you've found results by opening your heart.